Tusla

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In some cases social workers failed to notify gardaí of suspected abuse of children. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Serious failings within the child protection and welfare service operated by the Child and Family Agency Tusla in Dublin south central included failur(...)

Minister for Children Katherine Zappone said she appreciated ‘the clear information provided which demonstrates the work being done to guide Tusla in implementing Hiqa’s recommendations’.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Tusla has not made sufficient progress on governance issues at a local and regional level, an expert group has found. A progress report was published(...)

Children at a residential support centre for teenagers told social care inspectors they did not always feel safe due to the behaviour of other children living there, an inspection report said.

Children at a residential support centre for teenagers told social care inspectors they did not always feel safe due to the behaviour of other childre(...)

Mr Justice Charles Meenan adjourned the application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings to a date later this month.

Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, has brought a High Court challenge against a district court judge’s decision allowing two children allegedly negle(...)

The High Court heard there  is a “significant absence” of records concerning Amy and none until she was aged 12.

A “defenceless” intellectually disabled orphaned girl was allegedly physically abused and severely neglected over years while living with a couple not(...)

Pat Rabbitte has been appointed as the new chair of Tusla.  Photograph: The Irish Times

Former Labour Party leader Pat Rabbitte has been appointed as the new chair of Tusla, the child and family agency. Mr Rabbitte’s appointment was con(...)

 Minister for Children Katherine Zappone has expressed confidence in Scouting Ireland’s new board. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Minister for Children Katherine Zappone has expressed her confidence in the new board of Scouting Ireland in relation to their work in dealing with th(...)

The Garda has confirmed it had begun investigations into “a number of complaints relating to individuals associated with Scouting Ireland”. File photograph: Getty Images

An Garda Síochána has begun investigations into a number of complaints relating to individuals associated with Scouting Ireland. Some 80 people have (...)

Labour Party children’s spokesman Seán Sherlock said there was serious doubt cast over the effectiveness of the 2012 audit of Scouting Ireland, given the recent revelations. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

More than 20 individuals alleged to have sexually abused children in Scouting Ireland are believed to be still alive. Several individuals who had com(...)

Safeguarding expert Ian Elliott is conducting the review into past child sexual abuse at Scouting Ireland, which is still ongoing. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

State child protection agency Tusla has set up a dedicated helpline to deal with reports of past child sex abuse in Scouting Ireland, following revela(...)

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